Spring 2019 Spring 2019 Overcoming Fear of the Future David Hulme What kind of world will our children inherit? Today’s environmental problems call for a long-term global solution—one that upends a current business-as-usual focus on near-term benefit. Spring 2019 All the Lonely People H. David Trujillo Jr. Loneliness isn’t just about being alone or feeling friendless. It’s now recognized as a potentially fatal condition that millions suffer from. 10 Proverbs About Friendship The book of Proverbs is referred to as one of the Bible’s “wisdom books.” Among the topics it addresses is the importance of loyal friendship. Spring 2019 Proof That People Need People Gina Stepp The history of a small town in Pennsylvania offers a timeless lesson on the importance of social support for both physical and mental well-being. Spring 2019 Millennials Reframed Daniel Tompsett The widespread misjudging of an entire generation has serious implications for our collective future. Spring 2019 Defusing Biological Bombs David Hulme Piers Millett of Oxford University’s Future of Humanity Institute talks about potential global biological catastrophes stemming from such risks as bioterrorism, pandemic disease and genetic manipulation. Spring 2019 The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 27 Messages of Doom and Hope David Hulme Who were the so-called minor prophets, and what was the purpose of their writings? Spring 2019 Feeling Our Way Through Facts Laura Cloer Alice Abler With a glut of information at our fingertips, three authors not only discuss the challenge of determining whom we can trust but also offer some helpful guidelines.